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7A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, September 22, 2016 Classifieds Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or come to 148 E. Third in Superior or 111 E. Main in Mankato to place your ad. STOP OVERPAYING for your pre- scriptions. Save up to 93pement. Call our licensed Canadian and interna- tional pharmacy service to compare prices and get $15.00 off your first prescription and free shipping. 1-800- 981-6179 10 FOR SALE: Winchester gun and of- fice safes 402-236-8619. 16-2-tfc MILEAGE BOOKS for sale from Su- periorPublishing Co. Help keep track of travel expenses for the I.R.S. 16-38-tfp GOT KNEE pain? Back pain? Shoul- der pain? Get a pain-relieving brace at little or no cost to you. Medicare patients call Health Hotline now. 1- 800-260-3487. 16 DIRECTV. NFL Sunday ticket (free.) with choice all-Included package. $60/ me for 24 months. No upfront costs or equipment to buy. Ask about next day installation. 1-800-342-9403. 16 Beulah Wilson Beulah Maxine Wilson died peace- fully Sept. 17, 2016, at the Golden Living Center, Downs, Kan., at the age of 95. She was born to Herbert N. and Sarah Eliza- :~:~:~= ..... beth (Green) iiiiiiiY/ ~l ii:::~ ..... f~i~ Skinner on Nov. 28, 1920, at the family farm home near Mankato, ~:~i i~ Kan. i .... .i!~ ~l ~i',i!/i~ltl Beulah at- DIRECTV. NFL Sunday ticket (free.) tended Green Hill LIFE ALERT 24/7. One press of a withchoiceall-lncludedpackage.$60/ and Mankato el- button sends help fast, medical, fire, me for24 months. No upfrontcosts or ementary schools burglar. Even if you can't reach a equipmenttobuy.Askaboutnextday and graduated from Mankato High phone. Free brochure. Call 800-605- installation. 1 - 800-261-7086 16 School with the Class of 1938. Follow- 3619 10 PORTABLE OXYGEN concentrator?ing high school, she dontinued her edu- 12-Livestock Maybe overedby Medicare. Reclaim cation at Strickler's Business College independence and mobility with the in Topeka, then worked for State Rep- S & S BY-PRODUCT for prompt re- compact design and long-lasting bat- resentative Joe R. Beeler at the Kansas moval of dead cattle and horses. 1- tery of Inogen One. Free information State Legislature in 1939. 800-919-8360. 12-35-tfc kit. Call 800-731-1968 16 She married G. Woodrow Wilson at her parents' home on July 30..1939. I BUY HORSES. GordomMurray,24-Real Estate They lived and worked on their farm Mankato, Kan. Phone 785-534-0262 cell. 12-3-tfc FOR SALE or rent: 1435 N. Idaho St., north of Mankato for 62 years before moving to the Wilde Ridge Estates in 14-Sale Calendar Superior, Neb. Would carry on con- Superior, Neb., in 2001. Beulah and tractfor qualified person. Central heat Woody enjoyed 70 years of marriage and air, three bedrooms. Ideal for prior to Woody's death in 2009. SATURDAY, OCT. 1, 1350 N. Park singleorcouple.308-650-9558,308- Beulahwasadedicatedhomemaker St., Superior, Neb. Selling real as- 546'2618. 24-34-tfc tare, antiques, collectibles and house- caring for the needs of her family. She holditemsforthelateRichardWilford. FORSALE- Hardware Store in Polk, wasawonderfulcookandtookpridein Mikkelsen Real Estate and Auction NE. Turnkey with building, fixtures the presentation of the dishes she LLC, in charge of sale. 14-32-8p and modern inventory. $90k cash. served. Family favorites included her 402-765-3411 Monday-Friday 8 to 5. meringue pies, angel food cake, and SATURDAY, OCT. 8, Community Pictures at http://www.tradition Christmas candies. In her spare time Center in Red Cloud, Neb., 9 a.m. hardware.com/gallery/ 24 she enjoyed needlework. She also en- Selling 144 lots of clocks. Live and joyedfishingforcatfishfromthebridge internet bidding with proxibid, for the 25-Mobi le Homes over White Rock Creek. She was ac- Goebel Estate. Montgomery Auction tire in the CWC and CB Clubs and and Realty in charge of sale. LENDERS OFFERING $0 down for 14-32-9cland owners. Roll your new home and attended Olive Hill Church. She served land improvements into one pack- as treasurer of Richland Township for SATURDAY, OCT. 8, 33 N. Walnut age. Discount national pricing on many years and On the election board St., Red Cloud, Neb., startingat noon. Breeze II doublewide and our 60th numerous times. Selling 2011 FI50 pickup, 2002 GMC Anniversary singlewide. Trade-ins Beulah and Woody enjoyed travel- pickup, JD60 tractor, guns, tools, col- welcome. 866-858-6862 25 ing throughout the U.S., taking several lectibles for the Leo Goebel Estate. group sightseeing bus tours as well as Montgomery Auction and Realty in 26-Notice many road trips on their own. They charge of sale. 14-32-9c. especially enjoyed visiting the Rocky ROCK CREEK Renegades, Modern Mountains in the summer to "cool off" MONDAY, OCT. 24, Esbon Commu- and Black Powder and Early Ameri- following wheat harvest. For many nity Center, Grand Ave. (Main St.), can Trade Fair, Lancaster Event Cen- years, they enjoyed trailer camping Esbon, Kan., 10 a.m. Selling 990 acres ter, Lincoln, Neb., Sept. 24, 9 a.m. - 5 with their friends, "The Over the Hill or seven tracts of cropland in Jewell p.m.; Sept. 25, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Admis- Gang," at the Lovewell Reservoir rec- and Smith counties in Kansas for sion: $5, two day $8. 26 reation area. Scott A. Marihugh. Frieling/Realty Her family and those who knew her and Auction, Inc. in charge of sale. 30-Musical Instr. will miss Beulah's smile and loving 14-38-5cSNARE DRUM: excellent condition, wink. SATURDAY, OCT. 29, Northeast$200.Ca11785-378-3929. 30-38-2p Preceding her in death were her Guide Rock, Neb., 9:30 a.m. Selling parents; her sister, June Steadman; modern ranch house, Morton build- SMALLWHITNEYpiano;assortment brother, Lloyd Skinner; and her hus- ing on one plus acres land. Also true- of wood household furniture, 402- band, Woodrow. tors, pickup, car, household and col- 279-2635. 18-37-2c She is survived by sons and daugh- lectibles for the Richard Kimminau YAMAHA P22 studio piano, oak. Like ters-in-law, Walter and Peggy Wilson, Estate. Montgomery Auction and new condition. About 1/2 new price. Burr Oak, Kan., Phil and Wanda Wil- Austin (Christina) Wilson, Longmont, Colo., Melanie (Lannin) Zoltenko, Courtland, Kan., Haley (Derek) Weik, Carson City, Nev.; step-grandchildren, Mason (Debraray) Thompson of Ft. Lupton, Colo., Leah Jenkins of Longmont, Colo.; six great-grandchil- dren and four step great-grandchildren; other relatives and a host of friends. Graveside services will be held on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016, at l0 a.m., at Mount Hope Cemetery, Mankato, Karl., with Missie Wilt and David Watters officiating. Visitation will be held today (Thurs- day) 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and tomorrow (Friday) 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., with family present to greet friends from 6 tO 8 p.m. at the funeral home. Music was recordings of "Just be- yond the Moon" and "Beulah Land." Pallbearers were Lanin Zoltenko, Melanie Zoltenko, Justin Wilson, Aus- tin Wilson, Devin Wilson, Sam Wil- son, Taran Zoltenko and Chandler Zoltenko. Interment was in Mount Hope Cem- etery, Mankato, Kan. In lieu of flowers, the family sug- gests memorial gifts to Solomon Val- ley Hospice, 311 W. Main, P.O. Box 399, Beloit, Kan., 67420, or a charity of your choice. Condolences may be sent to Megrue-Price Funeral Home, 750 N. Commercial, Superior, Neb., 68978 or www.pricefuneralhomes.com. Price Funeral Home, Superior, is in charge of funeral arrangements, pd. Gale Ray Wilson Gale Ray Wilson, 88, of Sweet Home, Ore., died last Sunday. He was born Oct. 14, 1927, on a farm near Montrose to Ray J. and Mildred M. (McCurdy) Wil- son. At an early age, he moved with his family to Burr Oak, where he attended school. Gale graduated from Burr Oak High School in 1945. He was active in sports and served as president of his freshman and senior classes. He earned letters four years in football and track and three years in basketball. Gale's father died when he was 14 and he continued to work on the farm, planting and harvesting the crops with a four-horse team until his mother sold grade, in Korea with the Army of Oc- cupation at the end of World War II. After being honorably discharged, he lived for a time in Boise, Idaho. In July 1947, Gale moved to Sweet Home, Ore., where he was employed at Willamette National Lumber Com- pany, later to become Willamette In- dustries. He worked as a pipe fitter, mill wright and electrician for many more years, until an on the job injury forced his retirement. On Sept. 12, 1949, Gale was united in marriage to Marjorie L. Freeby of Mankato in the First Christian Church in Boise, Idaho. They returned to Sweet Home and started their lives together. To this union were born three children; Michael Ray, Brenda Lou and Kelly Gale. Gale had the Allstate Insurance Agency in Sweet Home in the 1950s and 1960s and cherished the many friends he made. He was a member of The United Methodist Church in S weet Home. He enjoyed hunting, sports and traveling. Gale loved and enjoyed his family. His granddaughters and great- grandchildren were his pride and joy. He is survived by his wife of 67 years, Marjorie, of Sweet Home; son, Michael, of Gothenburg; daughter, Mrs. Larry Hyland (Brenda), of Dal- las, Texas; son, Kelly, of Kameula, Hawaii; two granddaughters; two great- grandchildren; nieces, nephews and many friends. He was preceded in death by his parents; brother, Wayne Wilson; and sisters, Pauline Behee Cockran and Betty Satterfield. His funeral will be at I 1 a.m. to- morrow (Friday) at Fir Lawn Lutheran Church. Private burial with military honors will be at Gilliland Cemetery. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is han- dling the arrangements. Leslie Heisz Leslie Melvin Heisz, 90, died Sat- urday at Newton. He was born Jan. 12, 1926, in Belleville, the son of Roy and Beulah (Campbell) Heisz. He attended rural Jewell County elementary schools and Mankato High School, graduating on June 4, 1944. The day after his graduation, he picked up his induction notice for the US Army, which he already knew was waiting for him at the post office prior to graduation. He served in World War II at sev- eral locations as a mail clerk until his honorable discharge on May 7, 1946, after which he im- mediately applied to college to study for the United Methodist Church ministry. Leslie at- tended Kansas the farm in the fall of 1944. Wesleyan Univer- He entered the armed service of his sity in Salina as a country and served with the medical pre-ministerial stu- Realty in charge of sale. 14-34-10c Free delivery, one tuning, one year son, Longmont, Colo., five grandchil- detachment of the Twentieth Infantry, dent. warranty. Mid-America Piano, Man- dren, Justin Wilson, Oakland, Calif., Sixth Division, as sick and wounded I 15-Opportunities hattan. 1-800-950-3774, www.piano Devin (Holli) Wilson, Lenexa, Kan., clerk, with the rank of technician 5th I L~r? If so, 4u.com 30 . __.~._._ I 542-4434aYOUsignificant and your to learn familYcash more.award'may beNoentitledcallnsk,800.notO , ........ ' ~~ : ........ ......... I~ money out of pocket. 15 ENTRY LEVEL heavy equipment operator career. Get trained - get certified- get hired. Bulldozers, back- hoes and excavators. Immediate life- time job placement, VA benefits. 1- 866-362-6497. 15 16-Misc. for Sale BLACK FLAT fiberglass pickup cover with rails. Was on a 2001 Dodge pickup extended cab, short bed, $175. Call 785-378-3929. 16-38-2p urn We make them! Pt.d iL. h lng Co. 148 E.ThirdSt.,Supenor, Neb.68978 Phone:402-879-3291 Fax:402-879-3463 E-rnail:~e@supedorne.com Parkview Haven Nursing Home Deshler, Neb. Currently accepting applications for Full Time Night Shift CNA Shift differential, add on for experience. Full time benefits include dental, life, disability, retirement, health. For further information and an application, call Judy Kujath, (402) 365-7237 GOTTSCH LIVESTOCK FEEDERS, Red Cloud, Neb. is currently looking to hire motivated and dependable GENERAL FEED YARD MAINTENANCE HELP Our full time benefits include Health, Dental, Life Insurance, 401K and Health Savings Account If you are interested in this position and looking for steady employment, stop by and fill out an application or carl 402-746-2222 38.16 CITY CLERK- CITY ADMINISTRATOR The City of Mankato, Kansas, is seeking qualified applicants for the position of City Clerk - City Administrator. This/s an administrative posit/on with oversight responsibi/#/es for the dally opera/ion of the c/t/. City Clerk-City Administrator is responsible for payroll, accounts payables, accounts receivables, minutes of the City Council, personnel records, purchasing, records retention, financial accounting, budget preparation and monitoring of financial condition, as well as zoning administration. Submit cover letter, resume Successful applicant must reside within the City Limits of the City of Mankato, or move to this location within six months after initial appointment. A s/x months pmbationao, period following initial employment must be competed to achieve full-time employment status. and three references to Mayor Donald Koester, 135 Crestvue Ave, Mankato, Kansas 66956, or e.mail to koester ncken.com. A copy of the job description, salary ranges and projected star/date may be obtained by caging 785- 378- 314 f. .,8 Position will be open until filled. 3, TOUR & TRAVEL,. 4228 Road F Hardy, Neb. 402-279-2515 800-279-1026 superiortandt @ gmail.com Superior Sales, Service, Satisfaction!3 ,f HOUSE FOR SALE 1st floor: Spacious quarters, kitchen, dining room, living room, family room, 2 1/2 bath and 3 bedrooms 2nd floor: 2 furnished apartments, with deck and separate heating 4 car detached garage, underground spnnklers and a yard shed Priced at $75,000 715 N. Central, Superior, Neb. Phone 402-879-4616 47-ff _/ 'N_B dstone MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Dietary Aide The Dietary Department is currently seeking a part- time Dietary Aide. Hours may vary, but will be scheduled Monday-Friday and an occasional weekend. Contact Mary Utter, at 402-879-4432 ext. #126 for more information. EOE 3K-It II I rl III This week's Friday, report from 16 Inc. 18 BIk Heifers 610 139.00 8 Mix Steers398 160.00 5 BIk Heifers492 136.00 11 BIk Steers 604 .156.75 16 Mix Heifers 695 134.50 6 BIk Steers450 155.00 8 BIk Heifers572 131.50 5 BIk Steers576 150.00 7 BIk Heifers770 130.00 46 BIk Steers 715 147.00 20 BIk Heifers 811 128.00 11 Mix Steers 632 140.00 34 BIk Heifers 946 123.50 7 Mix Steers645 140.00 57 Mix Heifers 958 123.50 6 BIk Steers805 139.00 7 Mix Heifers970 118.00 25 BIk Steers 952 125.75 26 Mix Heifers 1,038 116.00 6 Mix Cows 1,4541,575.00 8 Mix Heifers1,079 105.00 Consigned for Friday, 10 BIk Cows, 4 to BM Spring Calves; 95 BIk Steers and Heifers, 450-600; 45 BIk Steers and Heifers, 400-550; 120 BIk Steers and Heifers, 450-600, fall shots; Jon Russell, 785-374-4577, Cell 785-819-6115 Nell Bouray, 402-879-5566 Scott Greene, 785-545-8612 Kelly Bouray, 402-879-3051, Cell 402-879-5567 I III He married Edith DeMoss, of Osborne on June, 5, 1949, and follow- ing his graduation in June 1950, they went to New Jersey to begin his studies at the United Methodist Seminary, Drew Theological School at Drew University. In addition to working on his ministerial degree, Leslie served three small churches near Colesville, N.J., where he and Edith lived. He graduated from Drew Theologi- cal School with a master's of divinity degree on June 4, 1954. After gradua- tion, Leslie and Edith returned to Kan- sas where for the rest of his life he served United Methodist churches in the Kansas West Conference. Leslie served on the Maize school board and was proud of his involve- ment in the building of the Maize High School in the early 80s. Leslie was active in the Lions Club, for 60 years and the Masonic Lodge in which he was a member for almost 70 years. He was preceded in death by his parents, Roy and Beulah Heisz; and a sister, Ella Blake. Survivors include his wife, Edith Heisz; sons, Kenneth and Keith Heisz; and grandsons, Hunter, Michael and Evan. Visitation will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Petersen Funeral Home, Newton. His funeral will be held at Trinity Heights United Methodist Church, Newton, at 10:30 a.m. Mon- day. Burial will be at 10:30 a.m.Tuesday at Mr. Pleasant Cemetery, Courtland. Condolences may be left at www.petersenfamilyfuneralhome.com Kan. company world's leading supplier of diverse metal products By Ron Wilson Slug catchers and pig traps. Those sound like things you might find in a garden or hog farm, but they are actu- ally devices used in the natural gas industry. A Kansas company is the world's leading supplier of such de- vices and also builds metal products used in ways as diverse as nuclear submarines and rockets for outer space. Mike Kilkenny is CEO and owner of Taylor Forge Engineered Systems in Paola. This amazing company pro- duces heavy duty products for these diverse uses and more. In 1900, an inventor namedJ. Hall Taylor laUnChed a pipe works com- pany -- now known as Taylor Forge - - in Chicago. Three decades later, an- other engineering company started a facility in Paola to serve the natural gas industry. Paola is centrally located be- tween the Hugoton gas field to the west and industrial centers in b/ig cities to the east ..... In 1959, Taylor Forge bought the plant in Paola. After changes in owner- ship, Taylor Forge Engineered Sys- tems of Paola was created. Gary Kilkenny had been a salesman for Tay- lor Forge. In 1984, Gary and co-worker Tom Walsh bought Taylor Forge En- gineered Systems and took it private. At that time, the company employed approximately 140 people. Gary's son, Mike Kilkenny, was trained as an engineer in Illinois. He ultimately joined the business and be- came majority owner of the company in 1998. The company has expanded to include a plant in Tulsa plus facilities in other Kansas communities. "We are manufacturers of very large, very heavy steel products with an emphasis on the natural gas and oil industries," Mike Kilkermy said. "For example, we are probably the world's leading supplier of exotic-sounding products called slug catchers and pig traps," he said with a smile. What are slug catchers and pig traps? A slug catcher helps with the initial separation of natural gas from oil in the natural gas transmission process. Pig traps, sometimes called launchers and receivers, are the devices through which pigs are inserted and removed from natural gas pipelines to clean impuri- ties along the lining. Despite their utili- tarian names, these products play an important role in the industry. Taylor Forge offers other products for the oil and gas business, such as pressure vessels and related pipeline, processing and refining equipment. One example is Vortex Technology Separation equipment, which essen- tially uses centrifugal force to separate oil and gas very efficiently. Besides the energy industry, Taylor Forge Engineering Systems has sev- eral other key product lines. The com- pany is a supplier in the defense indus- try to the U.S. Navy and to NASA in the aerospace industry. "When the space program is active, we're active," Mike Kilkenny said. "We were part of the Apollo space program in the 1960s." More recently, his company's products were used in connection with the space shuttle. Taylor Forge products are also used deep in the ocean. "For the U.S. Navy, we manufacture steam piping for nuclear reactors for submarines and aircraft carriers," Mike said. As noted, Taylor Forge' s high strength, high pres- sure vessels are important in the en- ergy industry. "The remaining oilfields in the world are found in deeper and deeper water," Mike said. Taylor Forge prod- ucts are needed for offshore oil plat- forms around the globe. "We serve customers in 30 or 40 countries around the world," Mike said. "It is always interesting when our cus- tomers come to visit." It has to be a bit of a surprise when those customers find a space-age company like Taylor Continued to page 8 I o r * Power tools and small appliances qualify for a 10 '/o discount. Offer valid September 24, 2016 only. Discount applies to the regula price of in-stock merchandise that can fit inside the bag at one time. Merchandise placed in the bag must remain in its original packaging. Not valid on fuel, bagged fertilizer, sale and clearance priced merchandise, online purchases, rental, in-store services, Ace gift cards, city stickers-g#rbage tags, lumber, previously purchased merchandise Weber~ branded products, outdoor power equipment, and other items that each participating store may designate, or in conjunction with any other coupon, excluding Rewards. Discount does not apply to phone orders, special orders or store charge accounts. No rain checks will be given. LIMIT ONE gAG AND ONE OFFER REDEMPTION PER CUSTOMER. Offer good in USA except where prohibited or otherwise restricted by taw. Additional exclusions may apply. See store for details. Ace Stores reserve the right to limit any customer's purchase quanlities to five (5) on any item. Customers will receive this bag at participating retailers. 250 N Central, Superior, Neb. 402-879-4119 3816